Peach Mint Open Thread

The official drink of Peach Mint:

  • 1/2 cup peaches sliced or chopped (fresh or frozen (no sugar added))
  • 3 oz fresh mint leaves
  • 1 quart tea

Here is the President’s official response to Peach Mint:

We’ll know in a few days but until then, it is our solemn obligation to speculate on what might happen. The last paragraph states:

What interests me is the language “the Senate must reject both Articles of Impeachment.” Are we moving, perhaps, toward attempting to nullify the entire Impeachment? Could Cocaine Mitch ask John Roberts to ‘certify’ (my words) that the Articles list “high crimes and misdemeanors” for which the president might be impeached? After all, if President Trump was Impeached for cutting his fingernails at the Resolute Desk and storing the clippings under a rug, it would be really gross [Note] but not something he could be impeached for. The point being, a vote to acquit would be silly under such circumstances. To acquit, you sorta hafta have a legally recognized crime!

Could Justice Roberts rule that there are no impeachable crimes and simply send the documents back to the House to rework them if they wanted? And if so, would President Trump be “unimpeached”?

It’s a bit of a win–win for both sides.In the short run, the Democrats have their “Orange Man Bad” 15 minutes of fame and in the long run, President Trump will not have been impeached — this time.

Hold onto your butts!

[Note] While I was in college, I sometimes helped a friend clean buildings. We were cleaning a CEOs office and found no doubt several years worth of finger and toe clippings that he had swept under the rug were his chair was. I guess he didn’t want to lose any part of himself to the job. You can’t make this stuff up.

Mark Rosneck

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